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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 03/ 8/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Kansas, Florida among best teams away from home

By Eric Prisbell

When evaluating a team's resume, NCAA tournament selection committee members ask three questions: Who did you play? How did you play? And where did you play? One of the best ways to measure a team's ability to win away from home in the NCAA tournament is to, well, look at their ability to win away from home. Here are the teams that have excelled and struggled the most away from home (both road and neutral court records are included).

ROAD WARRIORS: Teams that excel away from home
San Diego State 15-1
BYU 15-2
Kansas 12-1
Ohio State 9-2
Florida 10-3
Utah State 11-3
Belmont 18-4
Richmond 12-4

ROAD KILL:
Teams that struggle away from home
Michigan State 4-10
Penn State 3-8
Alabama 4-10
Nebraska 2-9
Illinois 5-10
Missouri 5-8
Colorado 4-10

By Eric Prisbell  | March 8, 2011; 11:00 AM ET
 
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